Are there any suggestions for people with our disorder. I have cerebellum Ataxia

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Ŵhat kind of suggestions are you looking for?

At home work remotely

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You can do anything that you can SAFELY do! :yum:

:slightly_smiling_face: Lots of people work from home these days…so there is bound to be plenty of variety for someone looking for this type of work.
If you can’t manage fiddly work with your hands, maybe you could do something on-line :thinking: This would be ideal if you cope with any speech problems…no need to speak to anyone :slightly_smiling_face:

Any restrictions on what you decide to do depends on your own symptoms. But working from home is ideal if mobility is a problem, plus you can take a break if needed…choose your own hours.

:slightly_smiling_face: Try agencies in your local area…see what’s available

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if in the U. S. you can easily qualify for social security if you don’t work for the year prior. Then once you receive it can work part time in addition.

Worked until July 2014 when I was struck by a heatstroke that caused cerebellar ataxia; which took my balance, speech and movement.

I’m home. Bound in a wheelchair due to disability.

The opportunities on the REMOTE services is very exciting to me.

My cognitive abilities are intact and movement of my arms remains.

My ability to remain in balance is gone as well as my speech .

I’m 100% sure that there’s 1000’s of adults in the same situation or worst who wait for a MIRACLE to happen , so we’re able to survive.

If a recruiter grants us the opportunity to meet each other, provide training if possible. I will considered a miracle.
Unfortunately ,Communication,speech are a great obstacle for us.

Hope we can find a dedicated company that hires remote workers to the home bound disabled … but no luck yet.